Every once in a while, I need to setup a system via USB boot. Everytime I’m desperately looking for a USB-stick that can be erased flashing an OS installer. Here is how to build the last ultimate USB multi boot stick, you’ll ever gonna need - with Ventoy …
Usually, a Mac or iTunes on a Windows PC is the best way to access files on an iPhone. Well, sometimes you might also want to access these files on Linux for backup or recovery reasons. Here’s a short how to for Ubuntu…
Are you tired of setting up apps by clicking through time-consuming GUI installers with never ending dialogs? Are you missing tools like
brew which automate software setup on Linux and MacOS. There are similar projects for windows. Here is how to use
labelmaker is a tool to convert themeable
CSS templates to
PHP and supports dynamic scripts including data retrieval and conversion as well as powerful TWIG
You might have heard the terms
shell and asked yourself: Isn’t this all the same? Here is some more info…
Recently I was looking for a cheap way to easily watch my workout DVDs. I use them every week, but it’s annoying to change media everytime I do sports. The solution had to be quick & easy, and I already own a Raspberry PI…
Virtualization software allows a wide variety of boot options, like ISO files, etc. If you would like to boot from hardware USB devices, you may run into problems. Here is how it works.
If you need a filesystem with support for files
> 4GB on all major platforms, NTFS may be your best option. Here is how to get write support on macOS.
mRemoteNG is a widely used remote connection management tool for Windows. If you lost your passwords, there is a way to recover…
Buying used devices is a good thing - not only saving you money, it is also good for the environment. Provided you prevent fraud…
Creating a fork on github is the default way of submitting pull requests or perform off the shelf changes. If you would like to re-integrate the updates from an upstream repository, this is sometimes a bit tricky. Here is how to do this.
Remote desktop on linux is sometimes a bit of a pain. With
xdrp there is a solution, that works pretty well, although it utilises a Microsoft Protocol and sometimes does not work out of the box - the configuration is tricky. Here is how to set up with Kubuntu.
There are many tools to build your own blog. If you prefer lightweight websites, you should take a look at hugo . With configuration files, some Markdown and templates you create a completely static, blazing fast html site, which is easy to maintain.